Klio is the Muse of history and poetry, called upon by early Greek writers and artists for inspiration and creative guidance. The Greek verb kleô, meaning to celebrate, comes from her name. Here at Klio, we celebrate both written and visual expressions of creativity.
Klio is the online sister to Penn State’s creative arts journal, Kalliope. Klio seeks to showcase the work of students and keep a community record of creative arts from all PSU campuses. We strive to provide an inclusive community to celebrate the creative and linguistic talents of emerging Penn State artists and writers. Any and all forms are encouraged, as we pride ourselves on being a multimedia publication that represents diversity in art, perspective, and culture.
Klio is a platform for all Penn State students.
We are Penn State. We are Klio.